Have a spare 45 minutes and an interest in the intersection between religious liberty and LGBT issues? Our own Senior Litigation Counsel Greg Lipper debated Kristina Arriaga of the the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty about this very subject on the National Constitution Center's We The People podcast.
From Constitution Daily:
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s ruling this summer in Obergefell v. Hodges, which recognized a right to marry for same-sex couples, the nation has followed closely the story of Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who was briefly jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples... Does religious freedom necessarily conflict with LGBT rights? If so, under our Constitution, which claim wins out? Is there a way to ensure freedom for all?